Caring for the Uplands
management of upland areas and to support upland
community groups to address local challenges.
THE IRISH UPLANDS FORUM
Upland Partnership Network Administrator (part-time contract)
Irish Uplands Forum will be celebrating Biodiversity Week in May this year, date & location will be advised very shortly. Watch this space!
The main objective of IUF is to promote a partnership approach to the sustainable management of upland areas in Ireland north and south.
- Organise meetings, workshops and study visits to examine issues affecting the uplands
- Provide practical support to established and start-up local community to support.
- Sustainable local community management in upland areas.
- Undertake research on socio-economic and environmental issues affecting biodiversity, landscapes and communities in the uplands.
Support the Leave No Trace programme to promote responsible use of the outdoor environment.
- Contribute as an active member of Comhairle na Tuaithe to the implementation of the National Countryside Recreation Strategy
- Provide a resource centre on sustainable development in upland areas.
- Network with similar groups outside Ireland which support community based sustainable upland development.
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Help Maintain Ireland’s Beauty
The Irish Uplands Forum (IUF) is a voluntary group of people who represent the views of a diverse group of stakeholders who live, work and recreate in Ireland’s upland areas. IUF is dedicated to the pursuit of a partnership approach to sustainable upland management which is centred on local community integration and involvement.
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The main object of IUF is to promote the development of a partnership approach to the sustainable management of Upland areas in Ireland. Its policy is to carry out projects, generally in conjunction with other bodies around the country.
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